06/05/2017 at 09:53 •
I haven't been doing much of my projects lately due to health issues. I am keen to get back to my projects but there is going to be some time still before I can do so.
I still have all the enthusiasm but unfortunately I don't currently have the capacity to continue these projects.
I am hoping that a couple of week to a couple of months and I might be back. Unfortunately it is still "might".
Who knows, perhaps I will be back in a week or two? but more likely a month or so if these health issues can possibly be resolved.
If I can get back then it will be "full steam ahead" well at least some progress lol.
I haven't given up. I have even ordered some new boards (well new to me) like a Mode MCU LUA ESP8266 cos I like LUA but unfortunately I can't currently support the cognitive functionality to do anything with things like this.
Well it's three and a half month later and I have good news and bad news.
The good news is I finally know what was going on with my health.
I now know I have (yet to be diagnosed) Chronic Inflationary Response Syndrome that comes from toxic molds that exist in Water Damaged Buildings (CIRS-WDB). My previous diagnosis of COPD (emphysema) was a miss-diagnosis and this aspect is very good news indeed.
The bad news - I have the concentration span of a goldfish, the cognitive ability of a young child and the respiratory function of someone in their 80's to 90's and require constant medication just to breath. I can't go back to my home because of the toxic molds so I am now homeless and without my possessions. The property owner refuses to accept the issue even after scientific lab tests (ERMI / HERTSMI-2) and is seeking to dispose of all my household possessions.
So I thought I would make an update as these things are a huge challenge for me and I may not overcome them. If there are no further updates then is safe to assume I failed to overcome these obstacles. I have several disabilities that I don't mention because I am not seeking sympathy (empathy) or help but with my disabilities the probability of getting through all of this is poor.
On a lighter note and an optimistic note at that, perhaps I can get closer to normal in several months if I can establish a new home. Fingers crossed, hope to back onboard when and if I can. I will try and squeeze in an update if there are slight improvements to the situation. It wont be "full steam ahead" when I get back as this is a chronic condition and recovery will be slow and incomplete.